Welcome to the Danish Reproducibility Network!
The Danish Reproducibility Network (DKRN) is a peer-led consortium located in Denmark. It follows an organisational format adopted internationally as nationwide “Reproducibility Networks”. The DKRN collaborates with the other Reproducibility Networks whilst remaining a unique and independent community.
DKRN is a platform that connects Denmark-based researchers aiming to promote, facilitate and educate about open, reproducible and robust research. We aim to achieve this through fostering collaborations on projects and through the organisation of events. Our work will ensure that Denmark remains an integral part of world-leading efforts contributing to the dissemination of best research practices and positive culture change in academia.
You can also read about the strategy of the National Reproducibility Networks.
We are currently looking for representatives of academic and research institutions across Denmark to join the DKRN and contribute to projects on local and national scale. Our consortium welcomes contributions from researchers at all academic levels from all research disciplines, librarians, lab and research managers, research and academic educators as well as representatives of societies, associations and grant funding organisations. Get in touch with us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
A special call for PhD students to help with a journal club
We are looking for enthusiastic PhD students to contribute to a Denmark-based ReproducibiliTea Journal Club. The journal meetings will be held remotely and we will discuss interdiciplinary papers on matters relating to open, reproducible and transparent research.
If you do not have the capacity to contribute to projects and activities, but would like to stay informed, do sign up to receive our newsletter (instructions on the bottom of the page) or reach out to us if you would like to be added to our Slack workspace.
There are no upcoming events, please check back later!
DKRN Launch Event - 24 August 2023, University of Copenhagen Library
- Kira Stine Hansen, The Royal Library
- Tony Ross-Hellauer, Graz University of Technology, Austria - “Strategic priorities for reproducibility reform: The case of TIER2”
- Agata Bochynska, University of Oslo, Norway - “NORRN: Barriers and enablers to building reproducibility communities”
- Etienne Roesch, University of Reading, UK - “UKRN: facilitating culture change through training and education”
- Loek Brinkman, Dutch National Centre of Expertise and Repository for Research Data - “Reproducibility Network and Open Science Communities: drivers for change”
- Birte Christensen Dalsgaard, University of Aarhus - “Reproducibility – thoughts on the underlying FAIR ecosystem”
- Lorna Wildgaard, Copenhagen University Library - “Supporting Open Science and Reproducibility at Researcher Services”
- Jesper Schneider, Aarhus University - “Is reproducibility for all?”
All the slides of the event are available here
See also the full details of the program
Local Node Leads
Do you have questions about the DKRN? Do you want to join the discussion, or volunteer to help out? Please feel free to join/contact us in any of the following ways:
- Send an email to email@example.com
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